Jason Tashea, ‘Justice-as-a-Platform’

This landscape analysis is a snapshot of how technology and data are used to address the access to justice gap around the world. These innovations attempt to increase legal system efficiency, access to justice services, and the agency of civil and criminal legal system-involved people. While these projects may seem discrete or independent, they are in fact a part of a larger ecosystem of technology, data, and policy. For that reason, this report applies a novel conceptual framework and organizing metaphor: the digital platform. Doing so contextualizes each project within the justice technology ecosystem and how the project impacts end users, including citizens themselves and public employees. The report ends by discussing further areas of needed research to improve justice technology.

Tashea, Jason, Justice-as-a-Platform (December 7, 2021). MIT Computational Law Report 2021.

(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)

Leave a Reply